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are not to liberate more than a handful of men and women that could be useful as guides. but the british don't want to repeat what they have done to help to liberate and men and women and children and were saddled with the expenses of dealing with a great number of refugees. in this new war of 1812, the british wanted it to be over with as quickly as possible and they wanted to be left with a few responsibility as possible and hence the orders to the naval commanders only free if you men that could be helpful. but what happens instead is that hundreds, probably about 600 during the year 1815, takes it upon themselves are still commuters and the prime british purpose for being in chesapeake bay is not to liberate the slaves but to inflict as much damage on the american economy as possible and to punish virginia which is quite perceived to be correctly the political heart of the united states and the home of president madison and secretary of state munro. considered to be a hotbed of support for the war. and they are perfectly willing to include this collateral damage and then they discover as these
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